Sport Schalke's midfielder Julian Draxler celebrates after scoring

German youngster seemingly very unlikely to join the north London club this January

United alone in making move to sign Zaha

Manchester United have made first contact with Crystal Palace about the purchase of Wilfried Zaha, the prodigious 20-year-old England international, and there are early indications that they will have no competition in their pursuit of him.

Wilfried Zaha

Manchester United alone in making move to sign Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha

Interest from Tottenham and Arsenal has not been followed up

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Arsène Wenger is still the right man for Arsenal, says George Graham

No fresh injury worries for Arsenal ahead of Wigan game

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Spaniard scores hat-trick as Arsenal record welcome 5-2 victory over basement club Reading to ease pain of League Cup exit at hands of Bradford

Arsenal back on track as Premier League death rattle sounds for Reading

Reading 2 Arsenal 5: Arsene Wenger puts pressure on Theo Walcott to show loyalty after Arsenal record welcome win on the back of Spaniard's hat-trick

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Arsenal linked with £20m swoop for Manchester United winger Nani

Portugal international could replace Theo Walcott

<b>Bacary Sagna</b><br/> The Arsenal right-back will miss out after breaking his fibula against Norwich City in May. Sagna also suffered a broken leg in a defeat by North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in October. Lille’s Mathieu Debuchy is set to start at right-back for France in Sagna’s absence.

Bacary Sagna insists he is happy at Arsenal despite exit speculation

Right-back linked with move away

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Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski sidelined with hamstring injury

German will miss clash with West Brom

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Arsene Wenger gambles by resting key players for final Champions League game

Wenger concentrates on Premier League with European progress assured

Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna
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Leon Osman confident Everton can turn draws into wins

Midfielder Leon Osman admits Everton's run of draws has put a slight dampener on their flying start to the season, but remains confident they can find a solution to the stalemates.

Henry, Arsenal’s all-time leading goal-scorer, returned during the Major League Soccer break last January

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Arsène Wenger: Winners of clash between Arsenal and Tottenham will hold Champion's League advantage

Arsène Wenger has said that the victors of tomorrow's clash between Arsenal and Tottenham will hold the advantage in the battle for a Champion's League place.

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